Understanding Foreign Policy in the Age of Trump
by Nathan K. Micatka and Nicholas Napolio On December 4, 2018, a group of scholars gathered at the University of Southern California to present research and perspectives on foreign policy in the age of Trump. Some important questions addressed in the symposium were: whether and to what extent Trump is similar or different Read more…
Beirut: Action Thriller, Social Commentary, Both?
Erroll Southers discusses the movie & the controversy (#boycottbeirutmovie) that went with it, featuring veteran guests David Warshofsky, Lt. Col Olivia Nelson, & Jonathan Schwartz.
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Gary Oldman is Winston Churchill in the new WWII film, Darkest Hour.
The first month of Churchill’s historic time as Prime Minister, he faced a great decision; one that would lead either to war or to a negotiated peace with Hitler. The compressed timeline of the film drops the viewer in the midst of the “darkest hour” of British history. The decisions made during these days could have changed the course of history.
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Best in Governance: Rules of Engagement
by Jeremy Loudenback January 2015 Best in Governance “Politics stops at the water’s edge” was the latter-day foreign-policy vision of Arthur Vandenberg, a one-time isolationist Republican senator from Michigan who fiercely opposed Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal policies. However, in the wake of World War II, Vandenberg’s work with President Harry Read more…
Southers, Bostic analyze repercussions of recent Paris attacks
The USC Price School of Public Policy offered a timely and insightful discussion on the Paris massacre and its implications for the United States at a Jan. 21 event featuring noted homeland security expert Erroll Southers and Professor Raphael Bostic. Southers, the director of transition and research deployment for the Read more…
Best in Governance – Barack Obama
by Jeremy Loudenback December 2014 Best in Governance Isolation is not working. In the 55 years since the Cuban Revolution, relations between the United States and Cuba have remained frozen in time, much like the 1950s-era vintage cars that still sputter around the streets of Havana. Despite the fact that the Read more…
Comprehensive Immigration Reform: Will it Happen?
Students Talk Back: A Weekly Politics and Public Policy Forum April 3, 2013 12:00pm to 1:00pm Featuring: Michael Madrid, Principal, Grassroots Lab Shikhar Gupta, Director of Underclassmen Engagement, USC College Democrats Giuseppe Robalino, Member, USC College Republicans Carrie Lopez, Chair, Hispanas Organizing for Political Equality Leadership Institute (HOPE) Co-moderated by: Read more…
China from a US Policy Perspective
Road to the White House The futures of China and the United States are increasingly interlinked. From an economic perspective, US deficits are funded in large part through loans from China. Those loans, in turn, are funded through China’s accumulated trade surpluses, which are vivid reminders of a declining US Read more…